Indian Ocean Cruises

If you are looking for cruise holiday that blends cultures, tradition, nature and the most stunning of scenic backdrops then the islands of the Indian Ocean are somewhere you might want to consider when it comes to a holiday at sea.

The islands of the Indian Ocean are universally popular with overseas visitors who want to want to enjoy a paradise break in the sun and, much like the Caribbean, a cruise is a great way to see as much of the region as possible.

When it comes to admiring stunning scenery, the likes of the Seychelles are hard to beat, with beautiful sandy beaches surrounded by coral reefs and natural landscapes that are a match for anywhere else on earth.

Hopping across the various islands that comprise the Seychelles will allow you to also meet some of the locals on a visit to traditional markets and to local restaurants, all of which is part of the appeal of an Indian Ocean cruise.

It’s a similar story on Mauritius, where you can not only enjoy the scenery but can also embrace the melting pot of cultures that exist thanks to the various influences of overseas visitors through the years.

You can see that in colonial buildings that litter the capital city Port Louis, as well as in the cuisine you can sample whilst ashore.

Visit the Maldives and you can spend some time exploring the clear waters that surround the various islands with their stunningly beautiful reefs whilst Sri Lanka is a great place to visit if you want to see the Indian Ocean at its very best.

Not only is there plenty of wonderful scenery to embrace, you can also visit ancient temples and fortresses that are amongst a number of World Heritage Sites on the island and seek out the native wildlife that is famous across the world.

Without doubt, an Indian Ocean cruise is one to add to your bucket list...

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